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Posted almost 2 years ago by Arnaud from France with 22 ratings

Nez très végétal sur la canne et herbes fraîches, presque un peu d’iode.
Bouche : la canne est bien présente. Un soupçon de fleur blanche et d’épices.

Posted over 2 years ago by Marc Cardinal from Belgium with 401 ratings

The nose opens with very vegetal notes of fresh cane with also floral notes, exotic fruits and a salty side. On the palate, the green olive is very present, the alcohol is present and sticks well to the palate. A certain bitterness is there as well. Moderately long with a final on spices and salty side that is always present. Nice rum.

Posted almost 3 years ago by Dunderful from United States with 5 ratings

A very tasty agricole. The nose is wonderful. You'll feel as if you've been transported to a small sea cove on a tropical island. There's a clear briny maritime note that's gently girdled by bouquets of light, bright exotic fruits and flowers - think melon, under-ripe mangoes and bananas, jasmine and vanilla flowers. Also, it appears that the magic which transported you to this tropical paradise has sent you careening head first into the ferny, fertile, efflorescent undergrowth, as blanketing all this flowery fruitiness is a distinct grassy, green, herbal character reminiscent of cut grass and cucumbers. There is also a slight hint of rubbery, chemical-like acetone drifting in the background which is not at all unpleasant.

The taste follows the nose. It's sweet and fruity, while being both rich and delicate at the same time. There's an indefinable off/funky note that seems to soften--along with everything else, I should add--the more it airs.

Posted almost 3 years ago by max from Canada with 27 ratings

Rhum Rhum PMG
Rhum blanc agricole Guadeloupe.
Origine : Marie Galante
Nez : Assez végétal sur la canne et herbes fraîches, en laissant reposer en retrouve un peu de fruits exotiques suivi d’un léger soupçon de vanille
Bouche : Végétal sur la canne fraîche accompagné d’un petit côté florale et légèrement épicé. Les 56% se font sentir graduellement et la longue finale tapisse le palais et la gorge.

Posted about 3 years ago by clochardo from Belgium with 64 ratings

Ressemble très fort au bielle mais avec des arômes plus fondus et complexes dû a la distillation en alambic bain marie (type Muller) au lieu de la colonne créole. Le bielle de l'exigeant. La différence de prix ne se justifie pas cependant.

Posted over 3 years ago by Falcon91Wolvrn03 (PREMIUM) from United States with 424 ratings

This is an decent agricole, but imho it falls a little short of the lower priced Clement agricoles.

Smells and tastes of an agricole with a fair amount of brine. Hot at 56%abv, but drinkable straight. Good, but as far as agricoles go, I prefer the Clements.

Posted about 4 years ago by Smooth from Czech Republic with 13 ratings

Ne nadarmo zvolil Luca Gargano pro svou značku tak jednoduchý název Rhum Rhum - jako by člověk pil čistou substanci rumství, na čemž má jistě lví podíl mistr destilace Gianno Capovilla.

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Posted about 4 years ago by Loldelagohelle from France with 157 ratings

Meme di je prefere les fhums vieux celui ci vaut le detour.son nez est de la pure canne a sucre.En gout on retrouve cette canne le fruit exotique.mais durtout malgre ses 56 degres il est le plus doux que j ai on en boit et plus on a envie d y revenir.superbe.note 8.8.superbe en ti punch ou seul avec glace.

Posted over 4 years ago by Denis Mazzucato from Italy with 16 ratings

This is probably the best white rhum in the world.
You cana smell all kind of dried tropical fruit, a very present banana, and spices and sugar itself.
This is what you should expect from a no-wood great agricole.

Posted over 5 years ago by Olivye from France with 4 ratings

Un rhum blanc de très belle qualité! On retrouve bien la touche d'un grand distillateur d'eaux de vie de fruit!!

Posted almost 6 years ago by KJ from United States with 24 ratings

I had Capovilla at a rum tasting a few months ago. The best white rhum (French West Indies) I've had so far, but really that's not saying much. It was smooth and you could taste a hint of sweetness. I drink it straight up, so I can't really say much about it's cocktail diversity. It seems like it would be a good after dinner drink to complement with a nice dessert.

At $100 a pop, don't go out there buying a bottle unless you like rhum (or grappa for that matter because it taste similiar), but do go somewhere to taste it, you may be quite surprised like me.